Social Dilemmas: Individual, Collective, and Dynamic Perspectives
Social dilemmas are complex situations in which we can choose what is in our own immediate best interest or what is in the best interest of our groups, which include ourselves as well as others. Finding solutions for social dilemmas constitutes one of the most important challenges for the social and behavioral sciences.
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